Citizenship 101: Info Session 2
Thursday, 03/18/2021-, 01:00 pm-03:00 pm
Our team of experts are going over all the documents you need to apply for citizenship at our second info session on Citizenship 101. We’ll be #LIVE on our Facebook page every Thursday, at 1 PM. Invite your family members, bring all your questions and see you there!
Mark your calendars for our upcoming sessions:
Thank you to our partners for making this session possible: Hispanic Unity of Florida, Inc. (HUF) and Miami-Dade Public Library System. Call to register for Naturalization services or Citizenship classes: (954) 964-8884 ext. 266 or ext. 216.
Miami-Dade County is home to more than 1.45 million immigrants, making up more than half of our county’s population. In June of 2015, through the leadership of then Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, then Mayor Carlos Gimenez, the Florida Immigrant Coalition, Citi Community Development, and the Board of County Commissioners, the county leveraged its resources to educate aspiring Americans and provide free and low-cost services as part of a national effort, Cities for Citizenship. The first county in the nation to join this effort.
Created by resolution no. r-595-15 , The Office of New Americans of Miami-Dade’s (ONA) is a county-wide initiative to assist our immigrant residents overcome any barriers on their path to full citizenship. Its mission is to empower immigrants eligible for naturalization and other immigration benefits to become more civically and economically engaged in our communities by facilitating access to the resources they need to attain citizenship and to prosper.